Part of a brilliant series of reissued UK classics. A.R. Kane were the inventors of the term "dreampop". 69 drew equally from dub's disregard for sonic structure, disappearing into distant echoes that strikingly predict the succulent Seefeel. 69's reputation owes entirely to the minimalist syncretism that follows: Sunny watercolors ("Baby Milk Snatcher", "Scab") give way to damp concrete ("Sulliday"), ushering in the album's hallmark, the oddly titled masterpiece "Spermwhale Trip Over".
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